We very much welcome people who would like to be married at St Pancras.

Weddings in the Church of England are an opportunity to make a commitment to your partner in the presence of your friends and family and before God. You will also have the support and guidance of the church minister as you prepare for your big day. 

If you are not a regular member of the church, you can still be married at St. Pancras if any of the following are true:

  • You live in the Parish, or have lived here in the past (check your postcode with this website
  • You are on the electoral roll of the church 
  • You have a family connection with the church (such as your parents or grandparents were married here or you were baptised or confirmed in the church)

We're thrilled when people get married because marriage is a gift from God to everyone. We're keen to support those who enter married life and so we offer preparation sessions to those having their service at St Pancras. These are designed to help couples understand and plan their services, as well as to prepare for life together as a married couple.

Our current fee for holding a wedding at St. Pancras is £400. This includes everything, including preparation of the legal certificates. 

One additional expense is that you will need to have banns read in the parish church where you live. To find out which is your parish church and the contact details for arranging banns, please visit If you live in our parish but are getting married elsewhere, you may need to have your banns read at St. Pancras. Our current fee for reading the banns and issuing a certificate is £34. Please contact the church office at least six weeks before your wedding to arrange for your banns to be read. (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 772499)

For more information about holding your wedding at St. Pancras, please contact the church office.